House prices have fallen 5.6 per cent in two months.
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But you'll hear a different theory if you ask someone else.
Price growth shows no sign of letting up in Toronto.
TD Bank sees a possible "soft landing."
Owners can be forgiven for thinking they’ve won a real estate lottery.
Even homeowners are scared of the high prices out there.
Toronto house prices jump 12% in a year.
Canada's most dynamic cities are attracting talent and money, driving up house prices.
Real estate agent Matthew Pringle said the owners are just putting the $1 price out there to see what kind of potential it has.
Even with the loonie's drop, Canadian houses are pricey by global standards.
The party will end in the Toronto and Vancouver housing markets this year, TD Bank says in a new report.
It's a party many say has gotten too rowdy...
If this keeps up, it will cost $1.46 million to buy an average single-family home in the 905 by 2021.
Average selling price for all properties headed for $665,000.
Prices this year could be "less frothy."
Prices have outpaced job and wage growth, realtor notes.
"Demand for ownership housing is expected to remain very strong in 2016."
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New condo prices haven’t grown in a year
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Lack of supply the main factor, BILD says
For comparison, the property was sold for $750,000 in 2005.
If Canada is in a recession, as some economists now say, you certainly wouldn’t know it by looking at Toronto’s red-hot housing market.
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The bank predicts that rate hikes from the central bank, which is expected to raise its trend-setting overnight interest rate next year, are likely to erode affordability.
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